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    April 17, 2013
    7:00 - 9:59am PDT  

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(male announcer) live from the bay area here is your kron 4 news >> good morning and this wednesday morning a public plea for people to come for would video, photos and any information that might help authorities learn more about the boston marathon bombings. the explosion killed three people and wounded more than 170. the fbi says someone knows who did this. they know the boston marathon bombs were contained an ordinary kitchen pressure cooker is loaded with shrapnel but they're still looking for the string method.triggering me
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>> nearly 48 hours have passed since two explosions rocked the boston marathon. the fbi has been reviewing more than 2000 tips. so far this mystery is still wide open. three people came to america and its show on the runners and lost their lives. >> you get so choked up just to see and hear what happened. >> last night hundreds gathered for a candlelight vigil to honor the august the victim of the attack. >> he was never sat or down he was always happy and cheerful and ready to go. he was just all around a wonderful kid. >> investigators are not yet
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sure whether the attack which came with no warning was born or domestic. >> at this time there is no claim of responsibility. the range of suspects and motives remains wide open. >> the fbi began to piece together what caused the blast itself. >> among those things and partially recovered were pieces of black nylon which could of been a backpack and fragments what could of been bbs and nails possibly contained in a pressure cooker device. >> no matter who was responsible boston residents are refusing to let this attack shut down their city. >> terrorism is a way of making you fear and change the way you live. i refuse to do that. >> president obama will be coming from washington to boston tomorrow participate in a prayer vigil.
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>> a picture that was sent in to aid to the aged in boston and showing what appears to be the second bomb on the sidewalk. right before it exploded. this is the one that one off 10 seconds and about a hundred yards down the course of the first bomb. it has not been released by authorities as to whether or not this second bomb was a pressure cooker device little with ball bearings and nails. we've heard from our cnn affiliate's that the pressure cooker lead on the first bomb has now been found on our roof of a building adjacent to where it exploded. this appears to show the second bomb right before it exploded. >> the bay area boy meanwhile was wounded in the blast is scheduled to go
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surgery today. 11 year-old aaron turnhern of martina's was near the finish line cheering on his mother who was running in the race when he caught he was caught in one of the blast. he is in stable condition in intensive care unit. back in the bay area, his grandmother says she was shocked to learn what happens and grandson. >> he was bright, happy and very athletic played baseball, basketball, football. >> parents family will stay in boston for another week for follow-up surgeries. >> the city martinez is a close-knit community when word went out that one of
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their own became victims of the boston marathon attack they sprung into action. the owners of the roxx restaurant on main street held a fund-raising dinner that was supported and promoted by the restaurant. people from all around martinez came up to support her family and to enjoy the meal. the owners of themroxx restaurants say they stopped counting meals once it hit about 150 people. all the food was donated for this event and all the money raised is going to help the hern family with expenses.
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we will continue to follow this developing story and bring you the latest updates here on kron4 and on our web site @ kron4 .com and are 247 news channel comcast 197193. >> years and a look at the ride on interstate on highway 1 01. a look of the golden gate bridge for southbound traffic looks pretty good. it is the light and easy ride with no delays for your trip coming in from marin county. problem free here. where we are and experiencing problems is interstate 680 in the southbound direction. traffic has been backed up at the concord and pleasant hill because of earlier occuring problems at the walnut creek interchange. we're also tracking wind advisories for the san francisco oakland bay bridge where the back of bridges nearly the macarthur maze and also to the san mateo bridge where a high wind
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advisory is in place. >> we are waking up to plenty of sunshine around the bay area. it is definitely a bright start to the morning. crazy at times especially along the coastline but gradually warmer weather over the next couple of days. but his inheritance and under temperatures, 55 san francisco mid-40s out the door in the bottom. tracking the numbers into the afternoon coming up in just a couple of minutes. >> in just over two weeks since the bay area paramedic was murdered and now i arrests have been made. a paramedic shot and killed while riding in the oakland hills. the arrests were five boys ages 16 and younger. will tran is on the scene. >> new this morning the prosecutors will file charges against those five teenagers. they're deciding whether not to file charges
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as a juvenile or adult. here's a picture of the off- duty paramedic, 34 year-old quinn boyer. he was in oakland at the time and the process of taking his father to the hospital when shots were fired. they made the final four arrest the same day he was laid to rest. here is a video of the scene on april 2nd. he was driving and stopped at a stop sign and that is once shots were fired. he lost control of his car and crashed into a ravine. the officers came out and look all over for several hours in water on able to make the arrests. these investigators are work and tips from the community and one person who literally saw the car's speed off. two weeks later they made a arrest, the first one on monday. they talk to the suspect and then the at bat suspect led them to the other four and made the arrest tuesday afternoon.
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the police chief had a news conference to talk about what he thinks is a disturbing new trend that is going on in oakland. i will have what he has to say coming up a 730. >> clan boyer volunteered as eight big brother as well as a volunteer in a clinic. >> 7 08 a.m. and we will be back with more in just a couple of minutes.
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>> watching wall street the third day in a row as we had a disappointing report coming out this morning, especially from bank of america. that is down almost 118 points right now. >> it is getting more expensive to visit atms out of your bank's network. according to a new study, fees banks in credits unions charged nine customers have soared 20% from 2007 to 2010 at 12. therefore by the u.s. government accountability offices fees range from 45¢ to as high as $5. the good news is, the fees banks charge their own customers are going out of network has not changed much. >> 7:12 a.m. and a live look awe will be back in a couple
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>> welcome back were starting with a hot spot on interstate 680 a much coming up concord in pleasant hill southbound. the back of start with an earlier occurring accident that has
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been cleared from the traffic lanes but is still on the shoulder and garnering attention. normal commute time would be about 11 minutes coming out of concord and leading down to the 24 interchange. it is going to take about 18 to 20 minutes this morning with the back up. we have wind advisories in place for the bay bridge where the backup is already right to the edge of the macarthur maze. drive times already climbed to over 18 minutes. also in effect as a wind advisory here on 92 at the san mateo bridge. it has had much impact on the drive time but it is a hazard for high profile vehicles over the high-rise section. here's lapierre: gate bridge ride, it continues to be a smooth commute both from and to marin county. >> the winds have died down significantly, in fact we're 10 mi. an hour wind is what we're seeing or below. it is
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a clear start to the morning. temperatures we are seeing 40's and '50's out there. a little chilly in santa rosa. 55 right now and napa, low 50s vallejo, up 54 concord. ito o'clock may agree in years green indicates the temperatures in the '60s. we will have some 70 degree readings by your afternoon highs with plenty of sunshine and blues guys persisting into the afternoon. into the night, temperatures will cool but still on the comfortable side with a good mixing of the upper 50s and lo. keep in md yesterday we saw barely any '70s but we have plenty on the board today. 72 walnut creek, 73 danville. looks like santa rosa is checking
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and at 73 degrees. of those of you going tobacco first pitches at 1235 with temperatures in the upper 60s. 7 day around the bay forecast shows a string of sunshine and very warm weather. into the weekend, temperatures to climb into the mid '80s and land and upper seventies and eighties around the bay. >> to incidents of vandalism in san jose appeared to be connected. at&t announced a $25,000 reward for information that would lead to an arrest of a suspect or suspects responsible for cutting at&t fiber optic cables. here we have video courtesy of our helicopter partnership with abc seven news and it shows a pg&e substation on metcalf road which was targeted by a gunman just before tuesday morning. santa clara county sheriff laurie smith says just prior to that someone
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at at&t fiber optic cables affecting 91 emergency phone service in the south bay. an oil leak caused by gunfire has been contained by pg&e. meanwhile, santa clara county is handling emergency phone service for affected at&t customers. >> all lanes of highway 1 01 in san revell are reopened as morning after a pedestrian was killed after being struck by two cars. it happened last night near the junction road of north san pedro and highway 1 01 around 830. the victim was walking along the freeway and stepped out in front of an oncoming car and fell onto the road. a second car then struck the victim in the road and fled the scene. the victim whose identity has not yet been released was pronounced dead at the scene. >> britain's iron lady is being laid to rest today. world leaders and dignitaries from 170 countries are attending the funeral a former british prime minister margaret
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thatcher today. it is expected to be an elaborate affair with full military honors and a service at st. paul's cathedral in london. the queen and her husband prince philip will be among the mourners, who include 11 prime ministers from around the world, former u.s. secretary of state henry kissinger and former u.s. vice president dick cheney. actor died last week after suffering upstroke, she was 687.87. a scare on capitol hill, someone sent a letter to mississippi senator roger wicker that contained a deadly poison. the senator and his staff for ok, the letter was intercepted at an off site screening center. investigators they had tested positive for ricin, a highly toxic sub that substance. experts say an amount the size of a grain of rice is enough to kill an
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adult. senator weicker has been assigned a protective detail. >> a deadly meningitis train has killed two men in southern california. health authorities believe this one is spread through intimate contact. meningitis caused swelling in the brain and is considered lethal if not treated. los angeles health authorities held a press covers the answer is saying that the two men who had recently contracted bacterial meningitis or both at a catering gathering of thousands of gay men and palm springs. they're offering free vaccines in west hollywood to anyone who thinks they are risk or had recent exposure. they're doing that at a clinic in las angeles. police determine that a bomb threat at a tv station in hollywood was a hoax. the lapd says someone called my will want to say they're going to detonate three
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devices on the north side of the ktla. about a hundred ktla workers were evacuated. a bomb squad, using bouncing dogs searched the area but nothing was found and the all clear was given about two hours after the call. >> the live look for you at the golden gate bridge, a beautiful start this wednesday. traffic is light, can't really complain about much. let's let the weather will warm up even more as we head into the weekend. we will be back with more news in just a couple of minutes.
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>> following the latest with the bay bridge and those bolts that were found to be defective. jackie sissel is discovering more about these boats and their history. >> there are new reports out this morning indicating caltrans actually ordered some tests as early as 2008 on those boatsbulletolts. 96 of these bolts were put into the bay bridge. as they were being tightened, 33 of them
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actually it failed, cracked. the report today they say as early as 2008 there were questions about the integrity of these bowls and the manufacturer who actually made the bolts. that was the icing co. and ohio. caltrans ashley ordered additional tests on the bolts. they wanted to make sure that they were structurally it fine. for whatever reason, those tests were not done. one-third of the 96 bullets ultimately failed. why did tests were not done is obviously part of the investigation. how're they going to fix this? last week there was a press conference addressing this. they said their engineers are working hard to come up with a fix for it. ultimately, the big question is how will it affect the bridge? how will the opening of the bridge be affected by all of this? it is scheduled haul but on labor
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day weekend this year. that is in jeopardy right now. the question is if we're going back as far as 2008 and having a question about these bolts why were they put in? >> if you ask caltrans and they still say they're planning on opening. you are right, that may be in jeopardy, we will have to see. >> a san jose city council has approved an $82 million facility for corporate jets at mineta san jose international airport. the 10 to one approval did not add an extra kirke provision that had been omitted in the bidding process. signature flight services will enter into a 50 year lease for the project that includes seven hankers for corporate jets, most of which will house aircraft for google executives. the signature facility is projected to provide at least $3 million
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annually in rent and other fees. >> 7:27 a.m. and a live look outside as we check the view from mt. tam over sampras as go suzhou's tower. a little windy as you can tell but it looks like the winds will die down as we head towards thursday and friday. erica will be up with a full look at the forecast in just a couple of minutes.
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>> the latest on mondays twin bombings at the boston marathon this morning federal agents are zeroing in on how the bombings were carried out. the motive though remains a mystery but the bomb was contained in a pressure cooker. here is what we know as of this hour. three people were killed, more than 170 injured. they do not know if it was foreign or domestic terrorism or why these bombs were set off. president obama is planning on visiting boston tomorrow said attend a service in honor of the victims. >> meanwhile, we're learning more about the victims of the bomb blast. 8 year-old martin richard and 29 year-
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old krystle campbell and a chinese graduate student lu lingzi were killed and the explosives. 29 year-old krystle campbell was standing near the finish line when the bombs exploded. her mother patty campbell could not stop sobbing as she talked about how wonderful her daughter was. >> she had a heart of gold, she always had a smile, you could not ask for better daughter. i cannot believe this happened. she was such a hard worker and everything she did. this did not make any sense. >> several boston area public safety unions are offering a $50,000 reward leading to the arrest and
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conviction of those responsible for the attacks. >> address have been made in the murder of the bay area paramedic was driving in the oakland hills april 2nd when he was shot and killed. five arrests, all boys aged 16 or younger and will tran is at police headquarters in oakland. >> the two youngest suspects are 14 years old. they made the final rest yesterday. they made the arrest of the same day that clinton boy yeaer was laid to rest. he was a paramedic in santa clara county. he was here to take his father to the hospital, he stopped at a stop sign at as when another car came up and fired several shots. they took off. boy er lost
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control of his car and drove off the cliff. police searched for hours for the suspects. they did investigative work and tips coming in from the community it made them finally able to make the first arrest on monday. they talk to the suspect and they made four arrests yesterday. we had a chance to talk to the police chief. even he admits there is something disturbing that he is seeing. >> young men and women are finding it very easy and very comfortable to point a gun at someone and pull the trigger. that is just intolerable and will not be accepted. >> what is this morning is prosecutors will fired filed charges against these teenagers this morning. one
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teenager is that actually did the shooting in the rest were there. they're not sure as to whether not they will charge of these boys as a belts or children. -- adults or children. >> we're finally seeing a bit of improvement in the hot spot we've been tracking in the walnut creek interstate 680 in the southbound direction. an accident that started in the traffic lane and sat for a lot of time on the shoulder, 680 south was the reason traffic was backed up into highway four and a convert int 42 and. the accidens clear and we may see the drive times improve a little. >> we're waking up to clear
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conditions, it is a bright start to the morning. temperatures will climb as we head into the afternoon. satellite and radar shows very quiet activity around the entire bay area. temperatures will convene again gradually warmer over the next couple of days. what this does not show was the weekend forecast. how lucky to the details coming up in just a couple of minutes. >> three teenaged boy is accused of sexual battery and cyber bullying of 15 year-old audrie pott appear in juvenile court for detention hearing yesterday. the boys were arrested last week in connection with the september 2012 incident. according to the attorney for the pot family, the alleged assault happened at a house party. a week later, she committed suicide after learning that needed photos of our were being considered distributed among her classmates. a county prosecutor declined to comment about the case specifically but did outline the court is considering as
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a decides whether to release them from custody. >> the judge will consider the nature of the crime, whether it is series are violent crime. they also consider the home situation of the minors. if they have a stable home, they will my o consider at the children are going to school as to whether and how they will remain in juvenile hall. >> monday, the thought popped family and their attorney address the media calling the fed has been tried in open court as adults. a decision that could take up to a month. we will take a break at 7378 m and this is our walnut creek camera, the hot spot we are just updated on is north of this.
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>> the dow was down to 65 monday and about 158 yesterday. the dow city at 14,621. one the biggest losers for the nasdaq is apple. dropping down more than 4% to 4 05 after digit times reported that ipad mini shipments will fall 20 to 30%. apple's shares have dropped $300 a share in the past seven months. >> when we come back from break will visit with annie, we have more news coming straight ahead. this is our south bay camera, a little slow as you make it towards the guadalupe over cross. it is nice and sunny out.
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>> good morning our mt. tam cam overlooking san francisco. temperatures are 10 to 15 degrees warmer than 24 hours ago. mid-50s currently in san francisco, 56 oakland. 54 livermore, low '40's in hayward. as we
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track these members throughout the day by less time we're talking 60s pretty much everywhere. we will climb into the '70s by 3:00 p.m.. a glauconite a low 60s high 50s. after an highs, 71 expected and mountain view, 72 walnut creek, 70 vallejo. mid to upper 60s for downtown san francisco, 70 east bay shoreline. satellite and radar shows dry clear conditions in the area without a raindrop insight. 7 day around the bay forecast, a string of sunshine, gradually warmer weather and a week and forecasts during the next work week, mid '80s the. >> we have been helpful at
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the top spot would start clearing and there was some indication that it was. 680 in the southbound direction leading out of concord on 242 out of fled the hill and by the pleasant hill and martin. conditions are stop and go and down to 25 mi. per hour. it does not appear to be clearing out as quickly as we hoped. there aren't no good alternates at their but some folks can takit is alreadye san francisco oakland bay bridge all the approaches are starting to back up. drive times are well over 22 minutes out of the macarthur maze. it went advisory for the san mateo bridge, highway 92 but it has not yet affected the drive times
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vary the golden gate bridge is still a good drive, not only across the span but there marin county on 1 01 southbound. >> good morning gary >> good morning darya >> everyone in the sports world had of the boston marathon bombing would a lot of class, including the yankees. teams all over baseball and the rest thought to give a tribute, at the moment of silence and religious showing solidarity and the comforting while playing the game. i don't know if you found it extraordinary, what they did? we've seen at zero tragedies happening in the show goes on as you like to say. they say will be be a diversion, comforting. >> i think people did what they should do. i don't think anybody, i want to say this the right way. they did
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what they should do. >> i really like >> they played the sport, it was a diversion. monday night, myself we were freak out and miles away. you watch the war your game and it just takes your mind off of what you've been looking at all day long. i did say that without overdoing it, i think everyone did what they should do. >> i like that carried franconia did not put the interest on himself in any way. even though this was his first time coaching against the red sox. >> i am funny like that because all i can think of as the people that were really directly involved. the people playing the game and having a moment of
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silence of the stuff is gray but is what you're supposed to do. >> they want. the giants did not win. i just want to ask you this about zito, we talked about timmy and he is kind of consistently doing poorly and they have been winning anyway. the allies and doing great and this is this one and a big way. neither saint of peace thanks. >> timmy does have a little equity, he won two cy youngs. zito knows either be in that spot to. they love me, they hate me. i guess if anyone can ride this out it would be him. >> there is something people don't want to hear and it is kind of an argument against zero and a sense. people say all for get the money. that's not the way business
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is done. if you work for a company like you work in our business, the more money you make, the more is expected of you. if you are working at a shoe store and you are the highest-paid sales person and you are not putting shoes on someone's be the right way, you were going to be the first guy to get fired. they can't fire these guys because they have contracts. that is my point on zito, after a while beating up on him is out easily rebound that. the deal in is, if you take that money than you are responsible for producing a product that is equal to what they are paying you. i'm kind of a lone wolf on that, especially on the radio. i call that a 9 to noon concerts.n. after that, i
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like kids gather round, dad's got a problem, zito is losing. >> whether you like to fly solo or work with somebody, pat summerall died and we all know that his voice was that of the nfl and a great bearing with madden. i wonder what ever be appearing like this? what is the art of announcing? i knew not given away and add to it? >> they would he do he was a minimalist. frank gifford was his teammate in new york. he was a much better player, more decorated in all of that. he went into broadcasting. in those days, people did not think about that much. summerall followed differ right into it. what he did with john madden was used very few
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words. to make his description. plus, you will not see guys like that anymore. slower the bigger individual stars are being weeded out. everybody is robotic nonsense. was interesting was it was short and sweet but he did become the voice in the star without being >> when he was there the nfl started to take off. he had been the imposition the call the biggest game and i think he did 15 super bowls. his voice was very smooth and i can say this enough, when you are a minimalist you better have a guy next to you is really dynamite. that was madden. >> that is the thing, you're on the radio and disdain there for hours, you can't
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be a minimalist you have to wax on about bidault etc.. >> what i do is different, for those guys the game as the same. if you're doing play-by-play of a game, more times than not no matter how good you are, if the game is lousy than people, you know will move on. i say this about man and all the time, he is the greatest. it's a different style now. in the heyday, the year madden retired they have their highest ratings ever. it is talk radio, i hate to say it. you're just kidding yourself when you yell and scream. you have no game. >> your data is to insight. >> you can be more of a jackass when you are on talk radio.
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>> coming up on the kron4 morning is, we continue to fall the latest with the news out of boston. as of this morning three are dead and more than 170 are injured. will have an update from boston coming up. we're following the latest of oakland charges against five teams are expected to be filed with the district
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(male announcer) live from the bay area here is your kron 4 news >> good morning, the top stories we're following, a public flsee for people to come forward with videos, photos, any information that might help authorities learn more about the boston marathon bombings. >> the explod three people and wounded more than 170. the fbi says some one knows who did this. they know the boston marathon bombs were contained in an ordinary kitchen pressure cooker is loaded with shrapnel but they are still looking for the cheering method. >> nearly 48 hours have passed since the two explosions have rocked in
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boston. the fbi it is going through 2000 tips but this mystery is still wide open. boston is morning three people that came to the marathon the chair on the run neaners. >> you get so choked up just to see what happened. >> last night hundreds gathered for a candlelight vigil to honor that the youngest victim of the attack, martin richard. >> he was never sat or down, he was always happy. investigators are not yet sure as well to weather this attack was foreign or domestic. >> at this time there is no claim for responsibility. >> the fbi began pausing beamong items were covered
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were pieces of black nylon which can be from a back pack and what appeared to be fragments of bbs and nails, possibly contained in a pressure cooker device. >> no matter who is responsible, boston residents are refusing to let this attack define their city. >> terrorism is about creating fear and making change the way you live, we will not do that. i refuse to do it! >> president obama will be coming from washington to boston tomorrow to participate in a bid thougthe v. >> delayed to one of those pressure cookers was found this morning on the roof of one of the adjacent buildings. coming up in just two hours there will be a press conference with law-
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enforcement officials from boston. we agree to live on our 247 news channel comcast 193. >> a bay area boy wounded in the marathon bombing is scheduled to undergo another surgery today. 11 year-old aaron hearn of martine as was near the finish line cheering on his mother was running in the race when he was caught in one of the blast. he is in stable condition in the intensive care unit. here in the bay area, his grandmother says she was shocked to learn what happened to him. >> he liked to go places and he was not comfortable that he he was going to be safe. we were just trying to make the best of it. we have to trust and our government and hope the president obama will take care of this for us. he plays football, baseball, basketball. he really likes
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boards. >> aaron is in stable condition in intensive care unit. the family was in boston for another week for follow-up surgery. students and teachers at there is no school are looking into how they can help the family. the city of martina's as a close-knit community in one word went out that one of their own became victims of the boston marathon attack base run into action. the owners of the roxx restaurant on main street of a fund raiser dinner that was supported and promoted by the restaurant. the will from all ron martinez came up to support her family and enjoy the meal. the owners of the roxx roster as a stopped counting meals once it had about 150 people. >> it was phenomenal, we have been sold out and we had to shut the doors. we could not have planned for anything this successful. >> all the food was donated for the event and all the money raised for the fund-
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raiser will be given to her family to help out with medical and travel expenses. >> >> we ebonizing conditions on interstate 680 into walnut creek and any hope for improvement hasn't much delayed by a recent stall on 24 in the westbound direction. what this did was backed up the traffic into walnut creek on the 680. the effect now is that the backup has grown rather than the minister. this drive time is now running over 30 minutes out of concord into walnut creek. that is an unusually high number. it should be down around 15 to 18 minutes. also very slow as the right on 680 in the southbound direction coming down from highway four. we're not seeing much journal of improvement. we're still looking at a big bag of the bay bridge and the westbound direction. we had a high wind advisory in effect. also there as the report of a stock ocall in the
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westbound direction. the san mateo bridge is still tracking a wind advisory here. we're still looking at a relatively trouble-free ride for the golden gate bridge ride both to and from marin county. >> here's a quick look at your wins in forecast, gotta love that sunshine. it is a breezy and spots we will see some eight sunny, warm conditions into the afternoon. temperatures will climb even into the weekend. we're talking the '80s by the end of this week. i'll walk you through your extended forecast in a few short minutes. >> a quick update of breaking news and oklahoma city. the you haul truck right there, portions of oklahoma city have been evacuated because of this
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unattended you haul truck. it is unclear as to whether not this is near the federal building that was part of the terrorist attack and april 19, 1985. we're just a couple of days away from that anniversary. they have corner of the area and have evacuated several surrounding streets. it is the you haul truck that was found parked in downtown oklahoma city. streets near city hall have been blocked off while the bomb squad is investigating. looking at video earlier, i could see bomb technicians walking around the truck. the looks like they have the robot bully up to the rear of the you haul truck. everyone on heightened alert given what has happened in boston. we're approaching another anniversary of the oklahoma city bombing. we are also
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following the latest with will tran. he is following the latest of the paramedic that was killed in oakland. five people have been arrested, all of them boys are the age of 16. >> they may be the file for a rest yesterday. the arrested place by the oakland police department on the same day that the off- duty paramedic was laid to rest. is this picture, cl: will youquinn boyer. he wasa whole clan and the process of taking his eye to the hospital for a doctors appointment. here's video from the say. he stopped at a stop sign and a car pulled up and fired several shots into his car. he lost control of it a crisis far down the ravine. police officers arriving cannot
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make arrests at the time. due to our detective work, they were able to make the first arrest on monday. they taunted that suspect and he gave up information which led them to the final four arrests. the other is to suspects are 14 years old. as far as trying to find a murder weapon, at this point they don't. they believe they have strong indications that they will easily be able to locate that gun. what the prosecutors will do this morning this file charges against the five suspects. when shooter and the others played a role in the us. the lesson that many people have is to weather out it will file charges as juveniles or adults. we will try to find out at 9:00 this morning. >> we will take a quick break, we'll be right back.
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>> the new san francisco exploratorium opening up today. >> you can see here, a lot of people milling about. staff members are getting all of the final preparations done. this officially opens up to the public around 10:00 this morning. $280 million to make this all happen. they
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will have an opening ceremony. directors from the exploratorium will be getting up to speak, the mayor will speak and officially at 10:00 the public and go inside and take a look for themselves. i manage to get a sneak peek inside. take a look at some of the video, you will find games and exhibits. more than 600 of them. they also added many new exhibits and a restaurant as well. this'll be the first time any of us have seen is as exhibits in quite awhile. the exploratorium closed their doors on january 2nd and moved everything to this new facility. i spoke with a representative from the exploratorium and she tells me there is plenty to see. you will >> you will find a lot of things that you can play with basically in order to just have a good time exploring how things work. also learning a little more about how the world around
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you works. >> again, this opens at 10:00 to the public. their plane tickets available for the entire day. they start out at about $25. >> i am looking forward to attending and don't forget the hands sanitizer. >> always thinking as a parent. it's also nice they get out with the kids if you can. you probably have to get the word no, george has an update on a hot spot. >> we are looking at amazingly slow traffic all around walnut creek enters chains, especially in the westbound direction of 24 and southbound interstate 680. there's a reason stall at west 24 that is adding to the back up here. we want is a drag on six in the south and to a cell. the drive times are running more than 35 minutes out of concord down to the 24 interchange.
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this is an unusually slow ride. also heavy traffic in the south bay on interstate 280 trying to get out of downtown san jose headed toward cupertino. 85 typically is heavy leading into saratoga. what was pretty concentrator right around 87 interchange. that is a fairly normal commute. the dnc bridges, bay bridge westbound the reason stall on the an incline is cleared now. when advisor is still in effect. traffic is back to the macarthur maze. the san the sale bridge back ups are not bad but a wind advisory is still in effect. the golden gate bridge commute is still looking at a pretty light and easy ride. not only here but from marin county on 1 01 >> we are waking up to sunshine, albeit breezy conditions. even see the flag is kind of blowing around. winds are conic, in
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san francisco but it is very windy along the coast line. temperatures for today, if you are just leaving the house to prepare for mid-50s in richmond in vallejo. 56 san francisco, 54 have monday. future cast four tracks to butchers throughout the day in by noon, all of the green indicates temperatures and the '60s. we will start the season '70s by your afternoon highs. overall a warmer day compared to yesterday with temperatures 3 to 5 degrees warmer. by 8:00 p.m. tonight still enjoying temperatures in the fifties and low 60s. but then the for the high in fairfield, 72 walnut creek, a mid to upper 60s downtown san francisco, 73 center rows of. lots of sunshine to go around, satellite and radar shows clear dry conditions over the bay area
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currently. we'll continue with this ridge of high pressure and temperatures will said lat certainly warm. ty the eighth face-off against the astros with temperatures in the mid-60s. 7 day around the bay forecast pleasant conditions. not a raindrop insight. the weekend, sunday starting nt work week we're talking mid '80s inland, upper seventies around the bay and its upper 60s along the coast. >> 820 a m and the san jose city council has approved an $82 million facility for corporate jets at mineta san jose international airport. the tens of approval did not add extra curfew provision that had been omitted in the bidding process. signature flight services will enter into 850 release for the project that includes 700 for the corporate jets, most of which will house aircraft
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for google executives. the signature facility is projected to rely least $3 million annually in rent and other fees. >> to incidents of vandalism in san jose appeared to be connected. at&t announced $25,000 reward for information that would lead to an arrest of any suspects responsible for getting at&t fiber optic cables. this is video from our helicopter part of of abc's seven moves, it shows the pg&e substation on metcalf road was targeted by a gunman just before 2:00 tuesday morning. santa clara county sheriff larry smith says just prior to that someone caught in at&t fiber optic cable affecting the 91 emergency service in the south bay. an oil leak caused by the gunfire has been contained by pg&e. meanwhile, santa clara county is family emergency pose a risk for affected at&t customers. >> all lanes of highway 1 01 in san revell reopened at
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this morning after pedestrian was killed after being struck by two cars. and have a last night near the junction of north san pedro road and highway 1 01 around 830. the victim was walking along the freeway and stepped out in front of an oncoming car and fell into the road. as the guitar then struck the victim in the road and fled the scene. >> this situation in oklahoma city were portions of the city where evacuated, they opened up the back of the you haul and it is empty. they said there is no threat and they are lifting the evacuation order. also just coming into the newsroom we have in a letter from the associated press that the secret service is confirming that a letter has been received and justin president obama that contains as a suspicious substance. they're testing it now to see what the situation is with that. this comes on the heels of a senator of listed
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>> we're back with the latest information about its services business letter that was mailed to president obama. the secret service has intercepted a letter addressed to president obama back and take is suspicious substance. a spokesperson says the letter was intercepted at a facility away from the white house. that is where was listed as a possible threat, they did tests on and they reveal that there was something suspicious in the letter. there is no word exactly on what the substance is. a mississippi senator received a letter himself, that one containing ricin of poison. at this point is hard to tell of this is a credible threat to that president or not. the secret service is investigating. tensions have been high in washington in the wake of the bombings that we have seen in boston on monday. we will have to
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>>8:30 right now. now to the
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latest on mondays twin bombings of the boston marathon. this morning federal a dozen of zeroing in on how the bombings were carried out. the motive remains a mystery. >> if federal agents do know that apparent method used the fbi says a pressure cooker in black that were part of a bomb. law- enforcement is pleading with the public to come forward with any pictures, video anything that might help resolve the case. the bomb may have been seen amid revelers , carry in an unusually heavy nylon bags, weighed down with shrapnel packed explosives. so here's what we know today three people were killed in the blast. more than 170 people injured. but is still not known was behind the deadly attack. whether they are foreign or domestic terrorist and why. president obamas to visit boston tomorrow to attend and after math service in honor of the victims'. >> meantime, we're learning more about the victims of
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the bonds last. 8 year-old martin richard and 29 year- old crystal campbell, a chinese graduate student lu lin were killed in the explosion. her mother patty campbell cannot stop sobbing as she talked about how one for her daughter was. >> 29 year-old crystal campbell was standing near the finish line when the bombs exploded. >> several boston area public safety unions are offering a $50,000 reward leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the attacks. >> would continue to look at the late thomas southbound direction of 680 back up out of concord pleasant hill in
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martinez in the southbound direction slow from highway 24. the drive times are over 30 minutes. for that short stretch of road way you should be able to make it about 15-18 minutes during the peak of the commute. >> we're picking up more slow traffic. this time from the nimitz freeway north bound where you this is a drive time of 32 minutes. thit means slow traffic out of san leandro and to downtown. >> looking at south bay freeways where 280 is paranormal toward the west valley of san jose. >> the bay bridge is under a wind advisory. thankfully, things are starting to improve although it has been backed up into the macarthur maize. >> the san mateo bridge which has been under a wind advisory has not seen much in the way of slow traffic because of it. >> the golden gate bridge where approaching what would be the peak of traffic flow in the southbound direction but it is a fairly smooth ride. the marin ride off has
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been is in free so far this morning. >> erica. >> good morning george we're working of the sunshine and clear skies. it is breezy at times but the wind will die down into the afternoon. >> expect warm weather in yesterday's. will see plenty of seventies. we will see our fair share of warm weather over the next several days. not a raindrop in sight. a dry pattern around the bay area. here on satellite and radar ridge of high pressure firmly in control. we're talking '80s heading into the weekend. a high will walk you through the forecast and a couple of minutes james. >> thank you erica. arrest had been made in the murder of bay area paramedic, quinn boyer , who was driving in the oakland hills and he was shot on april 2nd. five arrests, all boys age 16 or younger. kron fours will trans have a life story. >> prosecutors will file charges against all five
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suspects. we're trying to find out whether or not they will be filed as a juvenile or adult that is the latest twist. here is good news. if your family and friends of quinn boyer . the arrest took place on the same day he was laid to rest. >> fear is a picture of him, he was not working at the time he was in the oakland hills taking his father to the hospital for an appointment. he stopped at stop sign and here is video of the scene in oakland hills of keller avenue. he stopped the south side a shot pulled up and fired several shots into the car he loses control, goes down a ravine. the police department searched for several hours and were unable to find suspects. a witness spotted a car leaving the area. just plain detective work were able to make the final four arrest yesterday afternoon. we got a chance to talk to the chief of police and oakland.
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you have to believe he has seen it all out his time here not just as a police officer but now as the chief. he is noticing a disturbing trend going on. beating young men and women are finding it very easy, very comparable to point a gun at someone and pull the trigger. that is just intolerable and will not be accepted. >> speaking of guns so far they have not been able to locate the murder weapon. they believe they have strong evidence that will eventually lead them to recover the evidence. >> we do know there was only one shooter and the other suspects played a role in it. will try to find out when the prosecutor's office opens up whether or not they plan to file charges as a juvenile or adult. >> said the big question. i will try to enter a bit later. >> if we wait for the answer. >> in the south bay where three teenage boys accused in a sexual battery and a
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cyber bullying of a 15 year- old audrey pott . appear in juvenile court for detention hearing yesterday. the boys were arrested last week in connection with the september 2012 incident. according to the attorney for the pott family, the alleged assault happened at a house party. and in a week later, audrey committed suicide after learning that naked photos of her were being mistreated among our classmates. if a county prosecutor declined to comment about the case positively but allied with court is considering. >> the court is considering the home situation of the minor if they have is they will call. they will consider it a minor is going to school are they truant. what type of stability they have an the court will consider all these factors to make a decision finding in determining whether they should remain in juvenile hall pending the case. >> off on monday the pot family and their attorney addressed the media calling
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for the defendants to be tried in open court of adults. a decision on that could take up to a month. >> 8:37 . we will be back with more on this wednesday morning on the kron 4 morning news. while the developing news plus weather and traffic. back in a couple of minutes. at the golden gate
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developing news of washington. live pictures from the white house we're expecting at about 845 our time we are expecting them to talk about a suspicious letter sent to the president. if you have not heard the secret service intercepted a letter to the president that contain as they described as suspicious substance. they have not released more formation other than that. that will tell us the letter was screened at a facility away from the white house. the letter did not make it into the white house itself. it comes a day after lawmakers confirmed a letter with the ricin was sent to mississippi senator roger wicker. he and his staff are fine. the letter was screened at a facility away from the capital. everyone is on a the capital. we are expecting comments from the white house. we will bring them to you hopefully live. >> thank you james. >> do women see themselves less accurately bthan
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strangers do? a new, tough campaign suggests an offer of proof, in the form of frantic sketches. tell me about your hair. i did not know what he was doing but after several questions i could tell he was throwing me. >> tell me about your chin? >> it protrudes when i smile. >> this is does that is going viral. the of recruited seven women of different ages and backgrounds and had a san jose based fbi trained forensic artist, gil zomora , create composite sketches of them based on distortions of their own special features. some of them picking out their flaws. earlier in the day, the women had been asked to spend time with strangers, though neither party was told why. these strangers were later brought on one by one and a room with a partisan cast describe the women who had been sketched
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earlier. >> the two resulting drawings of each women are then hung side by side and the contrast is pretty stark. >> the tagline of the campaign is you are more beautiful than you think. >> i have to admit when i watched that add it was pretty touching. a lot of people commenting on it. very effective. the time is 8:43 .
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. >> you're watching kron 47--24/7 bay area news channel and jambs fletcher your top stories. >> five teenage boys are in custody, accused of shooting their medical quinn boyr. he
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was shot while driving his car in oakland after visiting his father. oakland police chief says the shooting as part of an increasing trend. the martinez to mafor the martinez g is coming together to support a bay area boy one of austin explosions. the owner of the ioxx restaurant on main street held fund raising dinner last night. newly revealed documents on the bay bridge bolts said that this bolts could have been detected earlier. the documents say that caltrans and or the contractor syson of ohio to test the bolts back in 2008. the test hadid not happen and a third above bolts crackdown failed when it installed. >> officials are currently working on a fix for a
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problem. >> were following the latest on the bay bridge bolts with jackie sissel. >> the bridge supposed to open late this year. with so many questions swirling around boats and the security and safety of the bridge that may be in jeopardy. the big question is why did caltrans order these test and why were they not done. >> thank you jackie. that is what everyone wants to know that and about the timing of the bridge. the time this 8:48 . as for the timing of your own commute let us check that out with george. beating for the latest this morning darya for a lot of commuters. several popular commute route back up this morning. the first interstate 680 and highway 242 in the right of copper, a pleasant hill this of the worst we have seen. -- concord there it solid back of 4680 and 242 southbound.
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an accident here and installed here. a new stall is farther out. at st. stephen's in the west bound direction. slower traffic for the caldecott as well. over 30 minute drive times to get into walnut creek out concord. it is the slow ride 8 ride 880 and580 per downtown oakland is morning. no major incidents just had gear than usual traffic. for a rough ride on a 280 the the south bay heading from downtown. a 32 minute drive time from the 101 interchange out to the 85 interchange. if you take it that far. 1 01 remained fairly heavy. 85 guest did better. >> looking at the bridge is a quick check on the bay bridge toll plaza we're starting to see the end of the back up. especially on the 880 approach. drive time is 18-20 minutes. >> the san mateo bridge ride remains a good one. a wind advisory is in effect here at laws for the bay bridge
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and for the golden gate bridge. smooth conditions for southbound 101 and the same is true through marin county for the 101 south bound ride. erica. >> a pretty shot of the golden gate bridge waking up the clear skies and sunshine. >> temperatures climbing. oakland just shy of 60. 55 in downtown san francisco. 57 in san carlos. >> all across the board temperatures are warm and so did four hours ago. in fact, the cast 4 tracking '60s by lunchtime. mild conditions as you head out and about by noon, 3:00 p.m. and will start to see seventies billion. temperatures will be between 3-5 degrees warmer than yesterday's. >> off holding on to comfortable conditions by 8:00 p.m. tonight. >> breaking down your afternoon highs mountain view's 71. 72 for sunnyvale. fremont's 69. 73 in milpitas. we will see plenty of seventies in the east bay. walnut creek 72. 69 in union city. mid to upper 60s
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for downtown san francisco. santa rosa 73. >> we will see low seventies in our east bay shoreline and upper 60s in alameda. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast highlights a string of sunshine gradual warm conditions every day. >> the week and enjoy it, get outside. we will see 80 is an upper seventies a round the bay in mid '60s for the coast. >> temperatures will spike and max out on monday. which continue with dry weather even as we start the next work weeks. mark. >> thank you erica. watching the latest school apps . that get business cards, one that train like a u s c fighter and more. rich bdemuro as i left. >> let us start with a way to get a stack of business cards have been collecting into your address book. with and app called cam card. it
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captures the informational cards to a picture of them. character recognition is not perfect. the ap forp makes it easy to review in an interest. the new version of camel card lets you create an interactive business card to share by e-mail, text. >> it is available on all major platforms. now you have your contact in your address book used text + to keep in touch. >> one of the things about sex plus that makes it special is that they do give you a phone number. >> calling with any of app is free. dialing out may cost a bit but there is opportunity to earn free credit. >> and ebay all of app an excellent way of doing in- store price checks. all you have to do is get a bar code. >> version 4.4 of the i saw app features local deals and coupons. it can directors of the right i'll inside walgreen's and some home depot stores. >> train like a champ with the u.s. sees gsp . george
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st. pierre features personal training that adapts to you. the more use it. >> $7 on ios . >> finally, had a blast at playing alien eyes . it packs a one-two punch. alien hive is free on a ios and android. the download is big but it is worth it. if you want to know all my apps go to the tech report doc tv i am rich demuro . >> 8:53 will be back with more in a moment. a lot of sunshine. was down 92 the commute direction it is a breeze. we will be right
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>> welcome back. is 8:56. the outside land music and arts festival organizer the announcing the lineup for this year's event. paul mccarthy, the red hot chili peppers, 9 in. nails, and phoenix are among the headliners. the three day event runs from august tonight and through the 11th in san francisco's golden gate park. other artists include willie nelson, kaskade and john oates. demolition tickets for years this will go on selling tomorrow. >> coming up on the kron 4 morning news the latest on the investigation into the boston bombings including a new photo of the second bomb that exploded monday. more on that a minute. we're following the lead is not oakland or charges against five teenager are expected to be filed with the district attorney today in the death of a south bay paramedic. >> plus we're keeping an eye on weather and traffic this
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morning. will be keepincheckingn with anny was watching our forecast will also be checking in with george was watching our morning commute. will be right back here on
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>> (male announcer): live from the bay area this is the kron 4 morning news. kron 4 news at 9 starts now. >> this is the darkest day in this city is long and rich history. we are a tough people will find who did this and will brought to justice. >> city leaders in boston staying positive lesson two days after the bombs went off killing three people and injuring more than 170 others will have the latest on the investigation. >> the fbi saying someone knows who did this. they searched for video and hope someone will come forward with information. beating the boston marathon bombs were in an ordinary pressure cooker.
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>> the fbi is analyzing debris and bombs from the homes. >> among the items recovered are pieces of black nylon which could be from a backpack which appear to be fragments of >> is in sales possibly contained in a pressure cooker device. >> president obama will be coming from washington to boston tomorrow to participate in an interfaith prayer vigil. it will are the three people died and more than 170 were injured in monday's bombing. >> coming up in just an hour from now there'll be a press conference with law- enforcement officials from boston. will carry that live on our 24/bay area news channel, as 193. >> also the latest and on the kron 4 morning news room watching live pictures out of washington. the secret service says it has intercepted a letter that was addressed to president obama that contain a suspicious substance. the letter was intercepted at a separate facility away from the white house says where it was green. it was received on tuesday. the
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daily press briefing is expected to begin any moment. we will look to see if they comment on it all. we're watching for that. this comes on the heels just one day after lawmakers said suspicious letter was mailed to the city centeto mississippir wicker. ricin is a deadly poison. the amount the size of a grain of rice is all it takes to kill someone. >> no word on what was inside of of particular bit of mail sent to president obama. we're hoping we will get something from the white house momentarily as we continue to monitor the live shot from the white house this morning. we will let you know when we find out anything new regarding a suspicious package to the present intercepted by secret service. >> they are investigating. a quick update with weather. ashley let us go to traffi first george.
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let us go to traffic first. the george. we're getting a word of th traffic been stalled on oakland zero rel.. a gas leak has been identified the result of a construction crew were in the area most likely. the street has been closed down elcamino shutdown between third and fourth. in san mateo. >> that is a very popular arterial and commute route as well as a business group. this could create a snack there is an area to avoid. if you normally drives el camino through san mateo, think about using the freeway. interstate 280 or you as 101. >> shut down between third and fourth in downtown san mateo because of a report of
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a gas leak. >> looking at our other hot spots this morning, but a setback to the traffic maps. 680 bound jab out of concord, pleasant hill down a wall of crete. your ride on the nimitz freeway out of san leandro as well as your ride on 58 lead into downtown oakland both behind schedule this morning. anny . >> thank you george another beautiful day and store. a live look from the bay bridge. you can see all the blue sky and loss of sunshine. it will be breezy at times this morning but if and a pleasant day a little milder. we will continue the warming trend into the weekend. the dry pattern sets in. the warmest could be sunday into monday. '80s maybe a couple of 100. >> temperatures and fifties in downtown san francisco. 59 oakland. mid-50s for most of locations. we will talk about the 7 day forecast. it
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looks to be a hot one more detailed a bit later when i come back. first year is mark. >> thank you anny . >> five boys have been arrested age 16 and younger in connection with the killing of the paramedic and oakland hills. >> we know the prosecutors plan to file charges this morning. still waiting to find out whether the charges will be as juveniles or as adults. the just opened. will try to find out in the meantime we do know about the suspects. take a look at your screen. here is the person we're talking about his name is quinn boyer work in santa clara county as a paramedic. he was shot in 01 seconds of the to the doctor. here is the same, the video back on april 2nd. he stopped a stop sign that is on shots were fired into his car from another car.
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the suspect then took off. the police department search for several hours and were unable to locate the suspect. >> over the past two weeks of the work of detectives as well as one personal reported a neighborhood watch person sidecar speed off from that area. all those things came together and that is why there were able to make the first arrest on monday. they talked to that person on monday night and that led to the altamonte final for arrest. >> how young are we talking. --ultimately final 4 arrest. >> the new trend of teenagers committing crimes is disturbing to the police chief. the police chief says he is disturbed that is something you should listen to. we will have what he has to say coming up at 930 as well. we will try to find out what kind of charges are coming. back to you mark. we will check back with you.
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>> at 9 06 we will be back in a couple of minutes. looking at walnut creek checking out the traffic on 680 . nice and light. not sunshilot of sunshine. will be right back.
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>> welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. a picture sent into whdh in boston showing what appears to be
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the second bomb right before it exploded. >> area boy london the bombing at the marathon. he is said to undergo another story today. 11 year-old aaron hen of cortines was near the finish line, cheering on his mother who was running in the raise, when he was caught in one of the blast. his stable in the intensive care unit. back in the bay area his grandmother says she was shocked to learn what happened. we have to be able to go places and not be comfortable that we're going to be safe. we're trying to make the best of it and put our faith in our government. we are open president obama will take care of this. he is a bright happy, very athletic kid. he plays football, baseball and basketball. >> asron is in intensive
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care and his family remains there with him for at least another week for follow-up surgeries. teachers and students at its mills for looking into how they can help the family. >> the city of cortines is going to get the right nail. when word owith out that one of their own began because of the boston marathon attack this from into action. the owner of the roxx restaurant said they stopped counting meals once they get about 150. >> martinez is very community oriented. my grandchildren go to school with them. we wanted to do something to help. >> how was the turnout been? it looks pretty good. >> it was on all we as we sold out. we had to shut the door. i could not have planned for anything as successful. >> all the food was the lead for this event. and all the money raised at the fund- raiser will be given to the hemn family to help out
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>> the secret service says it stop a letter addressed to president obama that contain this is a substance. the letter was intercepted at a facility away from the white house. >> results are being tested. it comes on the heels of what other possible or to suspicious letters that was sent to senators. one of them did come back with a preliminary cost of testing for ricin . ricin is extremely potent and dangerous. it only takes a small amount to kill someone. >> they want to get into who sent the letters and confirm the fact that they did contains ricin . >> a press conference is expected in a moment. as we continue to wait let us not forget there was an anthrax
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scare with letters sent to members of congress and to the white house years ago. and they never did find the person who sent those letters. it is connected to that? is this connected to the boston bombings? >> according to the preliminary fbi report and the answer is no. they did not see any tangible links between what happened in boston on monday and the letters that were received on tuesday. again, at the u.s. capital and letters sent to the white house. neither letter is a daily reached full they were addressed to. they were intercepted at a sorting facility outside of washington. that is where they screen and analyze pieces of mail or anything that may be dangerous. ricin included on the list. they're now coming out to address the press. >> let us listen in. >> good afternoon ladies and gentleman. thank you for being here today. i know
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there are several matters that i am sure you will be interested in discussing today. a couple of issues that are under investigation by the fbi i thought i was start with that and take your questions. >> as you shsaw from this data from the at by e the fbi ad the secret service. >> a letter was noticed to have contained a suspicious substance and test were undertaken. the fbi has the lead in that investigation of course and has said in its statement there will be conducting further test to determine what the nature of a substance is. of course, there was another letter sent or detected by capitol police that was sent to the united states senator. that is the subject of investigation by the fbi and four more for mission about these matters i refer you to
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the fbi. >> the president i'm sure what your last if he has been briefed on the letters. he was briefed last night and then again this morning. >> secondly, there is obviously a lot of interest in the explosions in boston. i want to make clear as you heard from the president yesterday's that our hearts and prayers go out to the victims and to the families who are injured. those were injured as well as killed in this heinous and cowardly act. the full weight of the federal government is behind the investigation which is being led by the fbi. >> as the president said, we will find out who did this year it will find out why and we will bring those responsible to justice. >> with that said, it is very important we allow this investigation to run its full course and to insure retain integrity of that investigation. >> therefore, on matters related to the investigation i direct you to the fbi.
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>> as you know the fbi is giving press briefings on the ground in boston. i believe there will hold another briefing today. >> the president has been briefed regularly on the incident and boston. beginning almost immediately after it took place. >> this morning the president again, convened a meeting in the oval office with his national security team on the ongoing investigation. participating with the attorney general, the fbi director, the president and chief of staff, and his national security adviser. his homeland security adviser and counter-terrorism adviser were also included. the national security adviser white house counsel. deputy chief of staff, identity of national security adviser, and the vice president of national security advisor. as you know tomorrow morning the
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president will travel to boston to speak at an interfaith service a dedicated to those were greatly wounded or killed in monday's bombing. >> i have a scheduling update on the first lady will join him on the trip to boston. >> with that i will take questions. >> obviously the public already nervous in the situation in boston. the fbi told the white house about whether the letter received is related to the boston is in? >> the statement the fbi put out it is my understanding they have not made that connection i would prefer you to the fbi for that. >> do you know if they're not making it question mark >> i will refer you to the fbi. at this point can you say anything to the wall the question >> i can tell you what we do know for a long time there is the long established procedures and protocols anytime a suspicious powder is located in a mail facility is tested. i would underscore that the male is screened and the test are
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undertaken at remote sites to mitigate the risk to those recipients and to the general population. the fbi had the lead for determining whether a suspicious power is a dangerous substance such as ricin it those take place at a credit facility and they take a certain amount of time at the fbi has indicated. >> these procedures are in place of the procedures are affected, and in operation now. we are in the midst of the process which the fbi's undertaking at this time. >> again is there nothing you can say about whether there's any connection with a letter and the boston incident? >> i will point you to the fbi which has the lead investigation into each matter. what they have said about this and their assessments on any connection between two matters. >> you probably point to the fbi as well. any indication on the boston
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explosion on whether this was a foreign terrorist for domestic incident? >> what the president said yesterday's remains true today. which is that there is an active investigation ongoing. we have the full weight of the federal government behind this investigation being led by the fbi. all components of the federal government is assisting including the intelligence committee and others. assisting state and local authorities and the fbi in this investigation. >> at the president said we do not know at this time yet whether it was an organization or an individual, foreign or domestic. but we will find out! we will hold accountable and bring to justice who ever is response will!. this is not even 48 hours into the investigation and it is important we maintain the integrity of
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the investigation. it is important as both state and local law-enforcement officials and government officials as well as federal officials have made clear, the american people provide whatever information they man have that could be of assistance in this investigation. >> there is an 800 number 1800 call fbi which has been put out to provide a method for individuals who may have informations to contact law enforcement on this matter. >> that is absolutely the responsible thing to do. >> but, the details of the progress of the investigation assessments about preliminary assessments about lead irresponsible i would not make. i think that as a matter of all holding the integrity of investigation others were not well. >> yes
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>> there is still police tape around pennsylvania avenue. is that a temporary measure or have there been any other threats to the white house of the letters? >> i am not aware of any. the secret service said yesterday's it is normal procedure and through an abundance of caution actions are taken but i would refer you to them for any details about the perimeter and any action at the secret service may be taking today. >> is the president is cursed by the fact that there are not or leave it in the boston bombing? >> i would not say one way or the other because i think it is important to allow investigators to do their work. >> he is being briefed on this rather early. he had a substantial meeting earlier today. a counter-terrorism and hall led security adviser is updating him continually throughout the day and in the evening at night on these matters.
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>> but, i would not characterize his view of the investigation because that would then characterized investigation. >> what is the message he will make tomorrow. >> it will be one of resolve, it will be one of the commonality that we all feel as americans with the people of boston and those were visiting boston for the marathon and who both endured the horrific event and demonstrated their bravery in is the immediate aftermath. >> i would obviously ask you to wait until you hear his remarks. as you heard him say is a day from his podium, the way the people of boston and the city of boston responded it reminds us and reminds the world
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just who we are as a people. >> how did he reacts to the briefings about the letters that were addressed to him? >> the president was briefed on these matters i did not have a way to characterize his reaction. obviously he understands and we all understand there are procedures in place as the fbi said there are practices in place that ensure that materials that are suspicious are substances found to be suspicious at remote locations are then sent for secondary and more intense testing. that process is underway now. >> focus in on julie's question at the end of the fbi statement is a there is no indication of the connection with the attack and boston. why will they not expressly ruled out a connection nor will you? why is that? >> i will point to the fbi which yet decided where they say the there is no indication. that is a
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clear statement. >> i think that is for the investigating the cars is to say they ever made a fairly clear statement which i suggested to julie that it was available in the statement they put out. i will not a says it further from here. i will remind you these investigations, the bombings and the letters in question here are just under way. i would not presume to characterize the nature of the investigation i would point to the statement by the fbi as you said they said they have no indication of a connection between the two. >> may i clarify the statement refers to two different facilities. we also know of a letter that was sent to capitol hill. can you clarify the total of
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letters? >> i am aware of the letter was sent to a member of the senate and to the president. i don't know if there are other potential lenders. i would refer you to the state and by the fbi. >> given the number of letters, possible packages is disconcerting to the administration there is something else going on there is someone tried to follow on. a lone wolf try to capitalize on the tragedy in boston. >> i think those are questions that investigators are looking to enter. i would point you to what the fbi has said and what secret service has said. and make clear we have had procedures in place. again a live press briefing from the white house. you can see the press secretary touching on two main topics.
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both the boston bombings and the suspicious letters that were sent to a member of congress and to the white house. in both cases the at fbi taking a lead in the investigations. at this point the suspicious letters were intercepted at a screening facility outside of the white house and capitol hill. no threat to the president and the centcenter. will take a
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>> welcome back onto good news of the day. the exploratory murray opening. mayor ed lee is speaking let us listen man. >> in we invested in this world-class facility with our cities and state residents, local hiring to build it. we put them back to work during a challenging time for the country and for our bay area. 900 jobs in construction along and that while the facility is running 540 jobs will be up
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and running this facility on a daily basis. >> and other wonderful, wonderful contribution. beating you look at this extraordinary success and literally all the different fronts and designed to environment to the purpose for our youth and families to the way it was built. the way it will function and you add this, monique to our new tunnel to the tinted governor of new some and i and so many others on that rainy day of celebrating the light to the does happen-- lieutenant governor new some. >> the 34 america's cup. this simply demonstrate our commitment to a 21st century san francisco will be for ever successful for all of our residents. >> mayor ed lee speaking from here 15 as the
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exploratory and reopens from his previous facility by the house of fine arts. 933 want to give you the latest and investigations of the bombings of the boston marathon. >> this morning federal agents of zeroing in on exactly what was in the mom and how was made. also how it was carried out. they do not have a motive but they do know that the method used was a pressure cooker. a pressure cooker is in a black bag. law enforcement is pleading for the public to come forward with any pictures, video or anything that may help the stall this. the bomber may have been seen before the blast in the crowd carrying an unusual heavy, nylon bag weighed down by the pressure cooker and shrapnel packed explosives. here is what we know. three people were killed in the blast. more than 170 people injured. but is still not know was behind the deadly attack, whether they are foreign or domestic terrorist and why.
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>> the president plans to visit boston tomorrow to attend an interfaith service in honor of the victims. at 10:00 this morning to the five minutes from now there is going to be a press, but with an update from boston with the very latest. we will bring that to you live on our 24/7 news channel on comcast's 193. >> an update on bay area weather and traffic. george is tracking hotspot. finally we're seeing improvement for the wiride on high wave 680 the southbound direction. traffic backed up all morning long. in the 6:00 hour we had an accident southbound at the 24 interchange. it has remained backed up for three hours. finally starting to unwind the delays here. however, not unwinding very much of the drive times on 880 in the north bound direction were traffic is still slow with a 32-33 minute drive time from san leandro into downtown
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oakland. >> off the scale to the weather harris anny . we have a lot of sunshine george to sort out all went start off our wednesday morning. >> temperatures a bid warmer today compared to yesterday's. clear consensus nighconditions tonight. >> oakland and the lower '60s. 59 in san carlos. more details on the hot weather coming this way. the time is 936 will be right back fear
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>> we are back with the latest on a developing story. arrest had been made in the murder of a bay area paramedic. quinn boyer , was driving in the oakland hills when he was shot on april 2nd. five arrest or all boys a 16 or younger. kron fours will trans is live. >> we were shocked to learn the age of the boys. >> even the police chief says he is seeing this happen more and more often in the city of oakland. i just let the prosecutor's office. charges are expected to be filed. try to track down the prosecutor mishandling the case and hopefully they will let us know before the end of a newscast. weather and not the
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boys will be charged as either a juvenile or adult. >> take a look at the screen. here's the off-duty their emetic we're talking about. back on april 2nd his name is quinn boyer , a paramedic in santa clara county. his data from oakland and he went to take into the hospital. here is video of the scene where this all happen. he was as outside at all of a sudden a car pulled up and fired several shots into his car. he loses control and go into a ravine. the police department tries to find the suspect and were not able to do so. they spent the last two weeks talking to a least one witness who saw carly the scene. and with a detective work finally they made an arrest monday. the top of that suspect and that suspect led them to the final four on the day when of qinn boyer was laid to
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rest. >> here is what the police chief had to say about the disturbing new trend in oakland. >> the young men and women are finding it very easy and comparable to point a gun at someone and pull the trigger. that is just intolerable and will not be accepted. >> james, they still have not been able to find the murder weapon but believe it is a matter of time. back to you. the way to see what happens with the investigation thank you will. >> it is 940 will be back with more in a couple of minutes. another breaking news story will covering for san francisco you can see from our helicopter partnership with abc seven news over a house fire. all the firefighters cutting and chopping into the rules. smoke coming out of the house at 1300 or in the 1300 block of shaster in san francisco. the fire was called in at 920. we are 20
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minutes into it. you can see the firefighters on the roof and the smoke coming out a two alarm fire they're putting water on it as well. we will be back with more [ man ] we have a go for auto sequence start. t-minus 5, 4, 3, 2, 1... ignition. [ male announcer ] launch your internet experience on at&t's newly expanded advanced digital network and connect more wi-fi-enabled devices at home. [ female announcer ] call to get u-verse high speed internet starting at $14.95 a month -- a guaranteed price for 12 months. or ask how to get your choice of a kindle fire hd, sonos play:3 or xbox 360 free with other qualifying internet offers. [ male announcer ] and get more speed for wi-fi gaming, more reliability than ever and more connectivity between devices. [ female announcer ] so call to get u-verse high speed internet starting at $14.95 a month -- a guaranteed price for 12 months. or ask how to get your choice of a kindle fire hd, sonos play:3
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>> welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. a federal appeals court is prepared to hear arguments on whether a law that for have licensed mental health professionals from offering their is aimed at making gay and lesbian teenagers straight while its of the rise of practitioners and parents. opponents say the ban and friends on their free speech, freedom of association and religious rights. supporters say the pro division is necessary to protect minors from practice that is the question by a major mental health professional associates. >> 944 is a time. there are a lot of questions about the new beverage. the latest with the bolt . we're following what is happening with the bolts jackie sissel is live at treasure island
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talking about what we know and what we do not. >> hello jackie. >> a lot of questions about the bolts . the bolts came to the public eye a month ago when caltrans revealed that one-third of banff, 33 of 96 bolts that were put into the road bed at the new bay bridge actually failed. there is new information that came out today. they may have known about some issues with the boltd s as long as five years ago. according, to this report back in 2008 caltrans had some questions about the above golts and went to the manufacturer that is a syon companydyson , the ohio. we're t sure in what have test done on the bolt s. >> for what ever reason they were not tested. 33 of them sat and cracked. now they
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are in the road way almost impossible to get out. the big question is what is going to happen to those bolts . last week we heard from caltrans that engineers are continually working to fix this somehow. the question is the date for the opening would be pushed back? it is supposed to be labor day of this deer. that is a question by some officials. obviously, the question is why the test that or ordered by caltrans were not done by this company that ultimately led to the bolts failing. >> in darya. thank you jackie we will keep falling everyone wants to know when will we able to buy low and a bay bridge. >> in the meantime looking at the current rate bridge and traffic problems. here's jordan and up date. >> we're still tracking delays on the nimitz freeway. >> the hot spot 680 south as a wall of creek has cleared up. in oakland on the nimitz
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and other late stall keeping traffic behind schedule. drive times and no longer in the '30's and has dropped down to to a degree minutes from san leandro into downtown oakland. >> still behind schedule here in san jose, the 101 northbound ride is still quite heavy leading up to and passed the guadalupe parkway interchange. it will remain heavy nearly all the way too high way 237 . at the bridges under advisory this morning. the bay bridge westbound the back up 19 minutes from the macarthur maize. >> the san mateo bridge still under a wind advisory. the drive times are back down to 11 minutes. >> the golden gate bridge ride is smooth and easy now. in fact, it is light enough and the commute direction that they took away one of the southbound lanes and add it back on the northbound side. >> another looked as our at the weather here is anny . >> george you want your sunglasses for that commute. also sunscreen. a lot of
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sunshine, breezy. looking at through a camera the flag is being bounced around. we are experiencing an area of breezy conditions. not widespread. this afternoon sunny and pleasant once again. tomorrow and other warm day. the warming continues. but will stay dry the next several days. the warmest days looked to be sunday and monday. >> just in time for the weekend. debitors 58 in downtown san francisco. lows 60s in oakland. 15 mi. an hour winds for the state. 57 in fremont. mid-50s for sunnyvale and san jose. napa 58. futurecast 4 at noon shows green in the '60s. seventies of again by 3:00 especially for our inland locations. >> 8:00 tonight we will cool down to the '60s and fifties. we have clear skies for tonight. >> high for today plenty of sun. 74 mountain view. 69 and sunnyvale. near mid
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seventies for the of the valley. >> san jose 73. heading to the east bay plenty of sunshine. 74 in walnut creek. 73 and danville. low seventies for fairfield vallejo offer '60s. 67 for richmond and also 67 for our friends in hayward. >> in the north bay temperatures will be in the seventies for petaluma and navato. >> downtown san francisco mid-60s. 63 for daly city. lows 60s and ocean beach. berkeley 67. oakland will get lower seventies. >> the astros play in the oakland a's. the first it at 1235. and of sunshine. do not forget a baseball cap. temperatures around 70 degrees. plenty of sun with a northwest when 10-15 hour. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast shows all the sunshine sunny, sunny, sunny for the weekend. in the lower mid '80s for sunday and monday. the nine is 949 we
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>> welcome back to the kron 4 morning news is getting more expensive to visit atm there rain. according to a new study banks and credit unions are charging not customers 20% in last five years. >> these range from 45¢ to as high as $5. the good news is the fees banks charge their own customers for going out of network has not changed. >> carnival cruise lines is announcing a new $300 million program to enhance their entire fleet. the company has said it will improve emergency power capabilities. it will introduce new fire safety technologies. and improve the level of operating redundancy. this will be on all 24 of their ships as this, they say will expand the availability of postal services for the comfort of guest. this is if the ship was power. they had bad
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publicity what they had those accidents when the power was out and customers were left with a pretty bad vacation. there are hoping this will improve again and they will get good princely. policy. >> let us take a live look at the reopening of the exploratoryium . >> located now at pier 15 where they are during the ceremony to kick it off. we will be right back.
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>> that is it for this morning. a lot of new developments happening in the wake of the bombings of the marathon in boston. stay tuned for the 24/7 news channel for the latest. as was our web site kron4.com , facebook and twitter pages as an aberration become available. >> dr.
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